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What does your fan speed ramp up to?
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How do I find the memory brandname?

My Asic value was 63.9%.

Bios was 015.025.000.099.000000 (113-210PBBBD-V07)
63.9% ASIC is a bit higher then mine, i have 59.1%. But since i can do 1200 / 1600, i cant complain.

Your memory brandname are, unfortunately Elpida, based on the BBBD-information. It usually says EL for Elpida and HY for Hynix. But not every card has the EL/HY there.
My card for example reports MAFR. And that is Hynix, i have removed my cooler to verify that.

Those Elpidas, sad to say, ain't famous for their good OC-abilities sadsmiley.gif So if you don't get past 1400-1450MHz, do not be surprised.
But maybe you are the lucky one.
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